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First Catchy School, Budapest, Hungary

Computational methods for cluster-based (CO2 conversion) catalysts

BME and FETI

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April 19 @ 9:00 am April 21 @ 5:00 pm CEST

The first Catchy School will be held at Budapest University and at Furukawa Electric Institute of Technology Ltd. (FETI) in Budapest
S&T training (Days 1 & 2)

Introduction to computational chemistry and its applications to cluster-based CO2 conversion catalysis will be held at BME. A Poster session is scheduled at the end of Day 2.

Practical and Skills training (Day 3)

The practical training, techno-economical aspects of CO2 capture and utilization (CCU), intellectual property training will be hold in FETI.

A limited number of free spots are available for master/PhD students.
No registration fee applies but registration is mandatory.
Please register below before April 5th. Accepted students will be notified by e-mail

Programme

TimeDescriptionPresenter
April 19
(Day 1)
Budapest University, CH Building, Room201Google Map
09:00 – 09:45Arrival/Registration
10:00 – 10:45 Introduction to Computational Chemistry Tibor Höltzl
University of Budapest,
Furukawa EIT, Ltd
Coffee / Tea Break
11:15 – 13:00 Theoretical characterization of transition metal-CO2 complexes Tamás Kégl
University of Pécs
Lunch
14:00 – 15:15 Are Experiments Superior over Models? László Nyulászi
University of Budapest
15:15 – 15:45 Multiphase kinetic modelling of heterogenous catalytic reactions in fixed bed, flow-through reactor systems Tibor Nagy
Research Center of Natural Sciences, Budapest
Coffee / Tea Break
16:15 – 17:15 Women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) Veronika Paksi
TK SZI, Institute for Sociology, Budapest
17:30 – 18:00 Innovation management in practice: Mcule.com ltd, a successful example Attila Wootsch
Innovation Manager, Mcule.com ltd
18:00 – 19:00 Social Program
April 20
(Day 2)
Budapest University, CH Building, Room201
09:00 – 10:45 Introduction to Computational Chemistry II Tibor Höltzl
University of Budapest,
Furukawa EIT, Ltd
Coffee / Tea Break
11:15 – 13:00 Introduction to Machine Learning Interatomic Potentials Dávid P. Kovács
University of Cambridge, UK
Lunch
14:00 – 15:55 Theoretical modelling of CO2 (electro)reduction catalysis Alessandro Fortunelli
National Research Council, Pisa, IT

Coffee / Tea Break
16:25 – 17:25 Atomistic Simulations of the Thermocatalytic Conversion of CO2 Aleix Comas-Vives
TU Wien, AT
AU Barcelona, ES
17:30 – 18:00 The Semilab Story – From Lab to Fab Orsolya Kéri
18:00 – 19:00 Poster session (Coffee / Drinks)
April 21
(Day 3)
Furukawa Electric Institute of Technology Ltd – FETI Google Map
09:00 – 09:15FETI introduction
09:15 – 09:45Industrial research and development Antal Kováts
CTO of FETI
10:00 – 10:45 Practical session:Learn from practice
Coffee / Tea Break
11:15 – 13:00 Practical session:Learn from practice
Lunch
14:00 – 15:45 CO2 Capture and Utilization (CCU) Matters:
Positioning in the Sustainable Transition Landscape
Metin Bulut
VITO, BE
Coffee / Tea Break
16:15 – 18:00 Introduction to intellectual property Edward Charbonneau
OFS Fitel LLC, USA
End of First Catchy School
19:00- 22:00 Dinner Vén Hajó restaurant boat on the Danube Google Map

Practical Information

Location

BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND ECONOMICS, building CH

Műegyetem rkp. 1
Budapest, 1111 Hungary
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https://www.bme.hu/?language=en
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Travel Guide to Budapest
By Train

Budapest has excellent international rail connections. There are a dozen direct trains each day from Vienna, seven from Prague, five from Munich, two from Zurich and one from Hamburg, Berlin and Dresden.

By Plane

Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD), commonly known as Ferihegy, is the main international airport serving Budapest. BUD is located 16 km (10 miles) southeast of Budapest city centre. It is a hub for Smartwings Hungary, Wizz Air and Ryanair. 

Airport to city center

Fotaxi is the official taxi service of Budapest airport. Their booths are located at the exits from terminals 2A and 2B. All cars have POS devices which means that they accept credit cards. Taxis from the airport work for fixed transport prices in the range of 25 EUR. Another option is the Airport Shuttle Minibus, that takes you to your destination conveniently for a somewhat cheaper, fixed price. Follow the signs at the airport to their office to buy a ticket.
You can also consider taking a Bolt ride (check Bolt app) and share the ride with other colleagues.

Public transport provides easy access to the city center from Budapest Airport. The bus stops are located on the arrivals level, between the two terminals.

There are 2 lines connecting the airport and the center of Budapest: 100E and 200E. There are also night buses which you can combine in order to get to the city center.
100E is a direct bus line connecting the airport from the Terminal 2 and Deak Ferenc Square in the city center. The bus operates in both directions every 20 minutes from 05:00 to 01:20 (from the airport) and 03:40 to 00:40 (from the center). The ticket costs 900 HUF (2.70 euro) and the journey lasts around 45 minutes.

In Budapest

BME is located at the hearth of Budapest on the Danube river side and can be reached conveniently using public transport, including the Metro Line 4. The closest stop for the university is “Szent Gellért tér – Műegyetem” for all types of public transport

FETI is located 8 km east from Budapest center. Take the bus 7,7E,8, 8E, 133E from Blaha Lujza Square, direction
Újpalota. Go out at Molnár Viktor utca. Stay on the same bus stop and take the 277, direction Örs vezér tere M+H and stop at Késmárk utca 11. Meeting point in Blaha Luiza Square in front of Fresh Corner Café at 8.15 on Thursday morning.

Public Transport

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